For this year’s Expired Film Day I shot 2 cameras and just 2 rolls.
1st was a Nikon F100 loaded with some long expired Kodak Ektar 1000 which I rated at 200 iso with fingers crossed that it came out at all.
2nd was a YashicaMat loaded with some Fuji NPS 160 expired 1997 rated at 64 iso.
I was happy with how both rolls came out and was surprised how many frames that were usable from the Ektar. I found it difficult to choose which 3 images to enter in the competition as the Fuji NPS images did not remotely look like they were shot on 20 year old expired film.
You can checkout all the entries here expiredfilmday.com
Here are the rest of the images I liked from both rolls … it’s easy to tell which was which 🙂
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Last week, well March 15th to be precise was Expired film day where photographers were encouraged to shoot a roll of expired film, the older the better and post up and possibly win some prizes.
My chosen film was a roll of Fuji NPS160 that expired back in 1999 and I shot it with my trusty Mamiya 645 and 80mm f2.8.
I rushed home from work hoping to catch the last rays of sun down Porthcawl Beach which we managed to do.I wasn’t sure how the colours were going to look like as NPS is more a portrait film with muted colours. With it being expired I shot it at iso 50 and told Film Dev that I pushed the film and if the could hopefully get something in the scanning for me.When I downloaded the scans I was very happy with the results, the colours were just what I was after and captured the mood of the early evening at the beach.I still have another 5 rolls of this film in my fridge and can’t wait to shoot some more weather allowing 🙂
Thanks for looking.
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You can also find my film only stuff over at https://usingfilm.wordpress.com/ if you want to see more film loveliness …..